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Object Recognition - Computer Vision

Article by - Daniel Cork on 20 April 2020

We have developed a custom computer vision object identification algorithm. As a demonstration, we trained a neural network to identify cars and lorries on a motorway using R-CNN object detection.

The algorithm identifies a number of objects, object type (car/lorry etc.), object colour, object speed and confidence in match. In addition, a report is generated that summarises the information gathered over time.

Cerberus Nuclear has access to the necessary computing power for near real-time, high-accuracy identification. The example was produced to demonstrate validity for stopped car identification as well as traffic monitoring.

In addition to this example, computer vision has a number of nuclear applications that we will be looking to build upon in the coming weeks.

If you would like to know more or if you have a specific challenge, which you think computer vision may solve, don't hesitate to get in touch.

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